Employment and Labor Services
We are experienced in helping health care providers avoid and solve legal workplace issues.
The health care industry is labor intensive.
Labor costs make up two-thirds of the expenses incurred by the health care industry. Regardless of the level of technological advance in the delivery of health care, the business of health care is still people caring for people. Providers of all sizes – from start-up solo physician practices to multi-facility health systems – have labor disputes, disgruntled employees, potential whistle-blowers, and risk management issues.
We are experienced in helping health care providers avoid and solve legal workplace problems. We help our clients:
- Manage risk in the workplace.
- Avoid lawsuits.
- Develop personnel policies.
- Litigate employment-related issues.
- Enforce and/or work with restrictive covenants.
- Solve other labor- and employment-related issues that might confront a health-care business.
Herrin Health Law, P.C. provides the information on this website as a service to the public. Although the information on this site deals with legal issues, it does not constitute legal advice. If you have specific questions related to information available on this site, you are encouraged to consult an attorney who can investigate the particular circumstances of your situation.
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Please note that Herrin Health Law, P.C. does not provide legal advice on real estate purchase and sale transactions, bankruptcy or collection matters, workers' compensation, personal injury, Social Security benefits, or similar areas of law. We are happy to refer you to other counsel for representation in these areas.